Islington LTNs “have delivered huge successes”

Islington Council has announced the Highbury low-traffic neighbourhood scheme has been made permanent, after monitoring data and resident feedback showed it has helped to create greener, healthier, more welcoming streets for all.

6 Dec 2023 | More...

Think Drink Drive

THINK! relaunches Mates for Life campaign

THINK! is relaunching its Mates for Life campaign, as it looks to continue to build understanding among young males about the dangers of drink driving.

4 Dec 2023 | More...

Haringey announces further expansion of School Streets programme

More than 4,500 children across Haringey could benefit from safer and healthier journeys as part of the council’s latest expansion of School Streets.

30 Nov 2023 | More...

Electric vehicle charging ‘gets a jolt’ in Merton

Merton Council has installed more than 500 electric vehicle charging points this year – exceeding its annual target.

29 Nov 2023 | More...

The Road Safety Trust announces latest projects to receive grant funding

The Road Safety Trust has announced the second set of projects which have received funding through its 2023 Small Grants Programme.

23 Nov 2023 | More...

TfL and Brent set out new plans to make walking and cycling safer

TfL is inviting people to have their say on major new plans to make it easier and safer for people to walk and cycle between Wembley Central and Harlesden stations.

23 Nov 2023 | More...



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This article, written by Cllr Amy Foster, vice-chair of the London Road Safety Council, was first published by Local Government First.


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